Answer - by Rohit Chandak
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Rohit Chandak, Scientific Officer, Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Mumbai
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
Please take yourself back in time when demonetization was launched. For now including just one tweet of that duration 8th Nov 2016 to 31st December 2016.The real wit is in the short clip inside this ... read more
Answer - by Shashikant Dhuppe

What are some personal finance tips that every younger must know?

Personal Finance is something that we ignore a lot. Even our education system doesn't focus on it. Indians mostly learn this through mistakes. What are some things regarding this we all must know?
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Shashikant Dhuppe, Reads. Understands. Delivers.
Answered 4 months ago
I am strictly keeping this as tips for Finance and not touching investing. I would talk about power, dos and don'ts of investing later.By keeping this tip in mind, these would be my finance tips, in ... read more
Answer - by Harshil Mehta

What is expected from new comer on chAnQya?

Just bunch of suggestions and guidance; don't consider this as policy or official statement.
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Harshil Mehta, Electrical Engineer, Columnist
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
Hello, you are welcome on this platform which is an Indian Q&A website.Here,No one will collapse or delete your answer if you criticize some ideology. Freedom of speech is available, however not ... read more
Answer - by Harshil Mehta
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Harshil Mehta, Electrical Engineer, Columnist
Answered 4 months ago
I am excluding the part of schools and governments from the word ‘We’ used in the question. Because in my school, I learnt the Sanskrit only from std. 8 to 10. And it was not even an introductory ... read more
Answer - by Kiran Rathod

How can India tackle water crisis?

Chennai is facing a severe water crisis today. If left unchecked, many other cities will also face similar problem. How can India save itself from such a fate?
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Kiran Rathod, IITBian, seeker of knowledge.
Answered 4 months ago
There are several ways in which India can save country from marching towards a disaster of water shortage. The things which I am going to describe below will need very strong political will, ... read more
Answer - by Kushagra Garg

How can we create topics on chAnQya?

We have some topics on chAnQya already. How can we create new ones?
KU
Kushagra Garg, MBBS student at ABV Government Medical College, Vidisha
Answered 4 months ago
In the current (first) version of chanqya, feature of adding new topics is exclusively available only to admin i.e., Ashok Dhamija sir. In later versions however, this function will be opened for ... read more
Answer - by Vishnu Elayath

How did Adi Shankaracharya save Hinduism?

Adi Shankaracharya is often called as the saviour of Hinduism or Sanatana Dharma. How did he save Hinduism?
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Vishnu Elayath, Clerk at Indian Bank
Answered 4 months ago
Adi Shankaracharya was an 8th century philosopher and theologian who lived in India. He is credited with unifying and establishing the main currents of thought in Hinduism as well as consolidating ... read more
Answer - by Pritesh Patel
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Pritesh Patel, Working in Labour and employment D, Government of Gujarat ,
Answered 4 months ago
These are the changes I wants to see in near future.1. 100% electrification of Indian railways.2. Wants to to see more and more electric vehicles on road.3. Wants to see Huge investment in solar, ... read more
Answer - by Vishnu Elayath
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Vishnu Elayath, Clerk at Indian Bank
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
संस्कृतम् (Samskrtam), anglicized as Sanskrit, is one of the oldest surviving languages in the world. Unfortunately the people who speak Sanskrit today are very less. It is also ... read more
Answer - by Vishnu Elayath

What is the significance of Agni in Hinduism?

Agni is given extreme importance in Hinduism. It is even considered that any promise made in presence of a fire is sacred and called Agni Sakshi (Witnessed by Fire). What is the significance of Agni in Hinduism?
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Vishnu Elayath, Clerk at Indian Bank
Answered 4 months ago
अग्निः (Agni) is the deity of Fire and is considered to be one of the most sacred elements in Hinduism. Fire is seen as a giver of life and the beginner of civilisations. This can be see ... read more
Answer - by Vishnu Elayath

Who is Kerala Panini?

A great author is known as Kerala Panini. Who is it and why is he named so?
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Vishnu Elayath, Clerk at Indian Bank
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
A. R. Raja Raja Varma is known as Kerala Panini. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A._R._Raja_Raja_VarmaHe was a poet, grammarian and a professor of Oriental Languages at Maharaja's College Trivandrum. ... read more
Answer - by Vishnu Elayath

Who is the greatest warrior in Hindu Mythology?

Hindu Mythology is full of various warriors. Who among them is considered to be the greatest?
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Vishnu Elayath, Clerk at Indian Bank
Answered 4 months ago
Hinduism has multiple scriptures and almost every one of them mention fearsome warriors and their stories.The most well known stories of warriors are also the longest poetic works in the world - The ... read more
Answer - by Vishnu Elayath

What makes the Avatar more powerful than most benders and spirits?

The Avatar is often shown to be a stronger bender naturally. They also often outclass spirits in their might. Why is it so?
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Vishnu Elayath, Clerk at Indian Bank
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
The Avatar is often not understood properly. The existence of Avatar is the greatest harmony between a human and a spirit.As we have been shown in The Legend of Korra, the Avatar is a union of a ... read more
Answer - by Kushagra Garg

Is Chanqya the indian version of Quora?

Chanqya looks very similar to Quora. What India specific features are Chanqya going to have?
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Kushagra Garg, MBBS student at ABV Government Medical College, Vidisha
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
chAnQya is an India based Question and Answer platform. The basic structure of chAnQya might look similar to Quora but it will have features better and beyond Quora in future. This site was launched ... read more
Answer - by Sumanta Sarathi Borthakur
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Sumanta Sarathi Borthakur, Indian by birth Indian by heart.
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
Here are my a few suggestions to popularize Chanqya. Invite: Invite political leaders like PM Narendra Modi, Piyush Goyal etc who are knowledgeable and also active on Social Media, Also contact ... read more
Answer - by Manish Bishoyee

Is Chanqya the indian version of Quora?

Chanqya looks very similar to Quora. What India specific features are Chanqya going to have?
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Manish Bishoyee, Compulsive Autodidact.
Answered 4 months ago
Indian version of Quora? Why do you need that?Quora already has a Hindi platform to assist the Hindi speakers. To counter it would mean lots of investment in terms of money, energy etc.However, there ... read more
Answer - by Harshil Mehta
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Harshil Mehta, Electrical Engineer, Columnist
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
Here are my two cents and I think site should implement it, if any seems comfortable. Have one motto and promotional scheme:- You know why Patanjali became successful in the early 2010s? Because ... read more
Answer - by Forrester Kesterel

Why did the chicken crossed the road?

I am looking for serious answer?
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Forrester Kesterel, Former Indian flier
Answered 4 months ago
Albert Einstein: The chicken did not cross the road. The road passed beneath the chicken.Isaac Newton: Chickens at rest tend to stay at rest. Chickens in motion tend to cross roads.Wolfgang Pauli: ... read more
Answer - by Kushagra Garg
KU
Kushagra Garg, MBBS student at ABV Government Medical College, Vidisha
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
I'm the first student of Government Medical College, Shivpuri (MP). GMC Shivpuri is one of the newest medical colleges in India. College building is almost completed, some finishing work is underway. ... read more
Answer - by Kushagra Garg
KU
Kushagra Garg, MBBS student at ABV Government Medical College, Vidisha
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
Considering India’s stance on LGBT motions in UN previously, I’ll wholeheartedly accept this ‘abstinence’ any day.Previously India has mostly, if not always, voted against LGBT rights in UN. ... read more
Answer - by Harshil Mehta
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Harshil Mehta, Electrical Engineer, Columnist
Answered 4 months ago
Let me burst the myth of empire apologists that Britishers gifted India democracy. Democracy was not foreign word for India. India would have amazing democracy even though Britishers wouldn’t have ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija

Is Court justified to ask woman to donate 5 Quran books to Muslim bodies, to get bail for offensive social media post?

https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/other-states/donate-quran-courts-bail-condition-to-woman-arrested-for-offensive-post/article28491887.ece?homepage=true
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 4 months ago
This type of order passed by a court, imposing condition of distributing copies of Quran to Muslim bodies for grant of bail to the accused, is extremely rare.I happen to be the author of a book on ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 4 months ago
Real strength of a community-driven website is the user community, which runs the website from the front-end. From that point of view, chanqya.com will have a very large team of users. It is a ... read more
Answer - by Harshil Mehta

Is Court justified to ask woman to donate 5 Quran books to Muslim bodies, to get bail for offensive social media post?

https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/other-states/donate-quran-courts-bail-condition-to-woman-arrested-for-offensive-post/article28491887.ece?homepage=true
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Harshil Mehta, Electrical Engineer, Columnist
Answered 4 months ago (Edited 4 months ago)
The woman who had made the post demonizing Muslim had offended the group of people and it should not be done. When one is asking question with particularly putting one community down then it's ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 4 months ago
Today’s web apps demand many resources. I have used several technologies to program chanqya.com. They include PHP as the main programming / scripting language. MySQL for the database. Javascript ... read more